Safe Supervisor is a leadership course designed to provide an introduction to a supervisory position by defining the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor.
PEC Safe Supervisor incorporates interactive, instructor-led classroom training with digital, self-paced components to equip safety professionals with the foundational knowledge needed to lead teams at a supervisor level.
Length:1-day Instructor-led Component with 2 Computer-based Testing Modules
Delivery Method: Instructor-led plus eLearning Components
PEC Safe Supervisor is a leadership course designed to provide an introduction to a supervisory position by defining the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor. Safe Supervisor gives current and potential safety leaders the foundational knowledge needed to perform at a supervisory level, taught by safety industry experts. This course includes key aspects of a supervisor’s job, including continuous crew assessments, communicating effectively, implementing change, dealing with difficult workers, and mitigating hazards.
Upon successful completion of the course, a student’s record is updated to reflect the certifications the student has met through this course on their PEC ID card and in PEC Training Tracker. Employers may verify student training on the PEC ID card or online at www.PECCard.com. The student will also obtain the Safe Supervisor Certified credential for 2 years.
A Supervisor’s Role and Responsibility
Activity: Supervisor Tasks
Activity: Supervisor Self-Assessment
Qualities of a Supervisor
Video: Setting an Example and Positive vs. Negative Attitudes
Video: A Supervisor’s Responsibility to Their Crew
Knowing Your Crew
Activity – Crew Assessment
A Supervisor’s Responsibility to Safety
What are the Principles of Leadership?
Activity: Supervisor Strengths and Weaknesses
Activity: Attitude Assessment
Activity: Crew Assessment – Delegation
Activity: Create a Time Management Plan
Activity: Communication Feedback
Activity: Crew Assessment – Communication
Hazard Recognition and Identification Tools
Job Safety Analysis
Incident and Accident Investigation
Feedback and Disciplining Workers
Video: Six Steps of Proper Feedback
Activity: Handling Difficult Conversations